The New York Mets open the 2014 regular season on March 31 against the Washington Nationals. With spring training in full swing, the coaching staff is currently evaluating who can help them reach their goal of making the playoffs and who can’t.
New York is 6-7 through 13 Grapefruit League games. Last week, I talked about which players were turning heads early on in Port St. Lucie, Fla.
After the first round of cuts were made earlier this week, it will start becoming more clear who manager Terry Collins will bring north and who starts the year in the minor leagues.
To post a winning record in 2014, all 25 players on the active roster must contribute. With injuries that are bound to happen, there is someone with hidden production waiting to surprise everyone.
Nearly two weeks before their season opener at Citi Field, here are the players who are continuing to rise in the eyes of the coaching staff, as well as players who are falling quickly.
All player statistics sourced from Mets.com, unless otherwise noted.